The Leatherhead Swans Club
With over 100 members and 60 volunteers, The Leatherhead Swans Club is the largest multi-activity sports club for the disabled in the south of England. Based in Leatherhead, Surrey, The 'Swans Club' was established in 1975 to offer disabled people a range of physical and social activities to engage them in the community, providing a positive focus on their abilities and what people can do, rather than their limitations.
So 40 years on 'The Swans' continue to play a vital role in the community by providing sport and recreation for disabled people. We engage people with a range of permanent or temporary disabilities in physically and mentally stimulating activities that have an incredibly positive and life enhancing effect. Involvement in activities such as Swimming, Bowls, Boccia, New-Age Kurling and exercise, including some competitive events, benefits our members in a number of ways. In addition to the advantages of exercise, people coming to the Leatherhead Swans Club get to meet new people, make lasting friendships and be part of a thriving social scene that builds confidence and independence.
Our variety of sports, leisure and social activities are supported by our invaluable volunteers and instructors whose contribution to The Leatherhead Swans Club and commitment to its members ensures our members have an enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
Registered in accordance with the National Assistance Act 1948 & Charities Act 1960 No. 273363
The Surrey Sports & Recreation Association for Disabled People
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